22 April 2014
22 April 2014
Composites Evolution has joined forces with Jacomp Oy to offer its Biotex range across Finland and Estonia.
With over 10 years’ experience of composite design and development, Jacomp Oy imports high-quality products from carefully selected suppliers for many fields of industry, ranging from composites to rapid prototyping. Working with its providers it offers technical support and guidance to its Finland and Estonia-based customers.
Composites Evolution’s Biotex range of natural fibre reinforcement materials are specifically designed for composite material processes, reducing weight, improving sustainability and enhancing the aesthetics of composite components. Customers from a wide variety of sectors, from construction to sporting goods, are discovering Biotex materials can enhance the performance and sustainability of their applications.
The photo, provided by Alpaca Guitars based in Vermont, US, shows its handcrafted adventure guitar. The guitar was built using Biotex Flax 2x2 Twill 400gsm fabric combined with carbon fibre and Entropy’s SuperSap bio-derived epoxy. Jacomp are thrilled to be distributing Composites Evolution’s biocomposite range, and are confident that the materials will be an asset to their expanding product range.
Jukka Alkkiomäki, CEO at Jacomp Oy says "We at Jacomp are very excited to add the high-quality products of Composites Evolution to our selection. This is important for us because we are always aiming at staying on the edge of development and environmentally friendly natural fibre products have a growing demand in Finland and Estonia where people pay a lot of attention to green values."
Gordon Bishop, Managing Director at Composites Evolution, commented “We believe the vast experience within the Jacomp Oy team allows them to offer the appropriate level of technical and sales support to our customers. Our customers in Finland and Estonia are sure to profit from the company’s fast and flexible delivery and competitive pricing. We look forward to working with Jacomp Oy to continue to provide first-class customer service.”
The companies will continue working hard to advise and guide its customers to the best materials for their applications.
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